Biscoff Baked Oats

If you’re looking for a slightly sweet something with your morning coffee, look no further than this Biscoff baked oats. It is ideal! Super filling and satisfying!

Biscoff Baked Oats

September 24, 2021

Ingredients

● 35g rolled oats

● 35ml almond milk (or any plant milk)

● 1 mashed banana (100g)

● 1 scoop banana protein (optional)

● 20g Salted Caramel Syrup

●1 tsp baking powder

Toppings & Fill

● 1/2 Biscoff biscuits

● 20g Biscoff Spread

Cooking instructions

1. In a large bowl mash the banana, and mix the oats, almond milk, whey protein, caramel syrup and baking powder until well combined.

2. Pour 4/5 of the mix into a bowl (that can be placed in the oven)

3. Add 1 tsp biscoff spread to each bowl, and then cover with the remaining mix.

4. Smash half biscoff biscuit to each bowl.

5. Bake in the oven for about 12-15 minutes.

6. Take out and enjoy!

If you prefer video recipes, click here and watch how easy is to make!

Nutrition facts

Nutrition information per one bowl

240

Calories

(kcal)

15.0

Protein

(g)

30.0

Carbs

(g)

7.0

Fats

(g)

7.5

Sugars

(g)

3.0

Fibre

(g)

1.0

Sat. fat

(g)

0.1

Sodium

(g)

Protein0%
24 %
Carbs0%
50 %
Fats0%
26 %

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